IT WAS originality all the way - from lyrics to melody - when showbiz folk got together to demonstrate that Hong Kong is perfectly capable of making its own music, without having to borrow from anyone or anywhere. The 'No Limits Original Concert' held at the Academic Community Hall recently, was organised by RTHK. The slogan for the show was 'Music in full bloom without limits'. The aim of the concert was to encourage music producers to generate more original compositions from Hong Kong composers and lyricists. The show included prizes for originality with a presentation ceremony for the '1st Season Best Original Song Award' and the 'RTHK 6th International Pop Poll's Top English and Japanese Original Songs 1994' awards. RTHK2 music and deputy programme director Ngai Bing-long said: 'More and more local artistes are producing originals. It's an encouraging sign, but in terms of local music business, there is still not enough music for Hong Kong producers to meet requirements. The local music scene needs to be livened up with more originality.' Winners included Jacky Cheung's This Winter is Not Cold , Cass Phang's Waking from a Dream and Mao A-min's I Don't Want to be Once Again Hurt by Love. The guest artistes included Jacky Cheung, Cass Phang, Mao A-min, Andy Hui, Eric Moo, Vivian Chow, Eric Suen, Joyce Lee, Chris Wong and Karen Tong.